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"As the Thanksgiving season is upon us, the inevitable question of 'What are you thankful for?' is a common topic of conversation. There are the usual answers of friends and family. I’m thankful for those too. I’m grateful to have many amazing people that I call friends who are scattered across the globe. Some of these people I’ve known my whole life since I’ve grown up a few blocks away from them, and some of these people I’ve only recently met at Northern but make me feel like I’ve known them my whole life. I also have the most wonderful, supportive and interesting family.

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NSU Choral Winter Program set for Dec. 5

Choir singers performing at a church

ABERDEEN, S.D. – The Northern State University Choral Winter Program will take place at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, at First Presbyterian Church, 318 S. Kline St.

The concert will include performances by the Concert Choir, Chamber Singers and Early Music Ensemble, conducted by Drs. Timothy Woods and Wendy van Gent. The program will feature a variety of selections, including holiday music, such as a performance of “O Holy Night” by the Concert Choir and alumni.

Northern raises millions for Educational Impact Campaign, student scholarships

Dacotah Bank Stadium_50 yard line

ABERDEEN, S.D. – In two years, the Northern State University Educational Impact Campaign has raised more than $50 million—but that’s not the only fundraising success for the university and NSU Foundation.

During that same timeframe, $5 million has also been raised for student scholarships, officials announced Saturday, Nov. 16, at Northern Night.

NSU students hosting ‘Gaming Through Life’ event

ABERDEEN, S.D. – Students in a Northern State University public relations class are hosting an awareness event next week for Northern’s sociology program.

“Gaming Through Life” will take place at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, in the lobby of Great Plains East residence hall.

Attendees can learn about Northern’s sociology program while eating pizza and playing video games.

All students are welcome to this free event.

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NSU students hosting awareness event for Aberdeen Curling Club

logo for Aberdeen Curling Club

ABERDEEN, S.D. – Students in a Northern State University public relations class are hosting an awareness event this week for the Aberdeen Curling Club.

The event will take place at 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, in the lobby of new Jewett Regional Science Education Center.

A video will be shown about the Aberdeen Curling Club, and members of the club will be present to answer any questions about the organization. Attendees can also participate in a curling floor game.

All are welcome to this free event.

Fans attending a recent Wolves match in the Northern State University Barnett Center have been treated to an impressive sight: a brand new, center-hung scoreboard in Wachs Arena.

The scoreboard, installed this summer by Daktronics, is the largest collegiate center-hung video display system in the state of South Dakota—and it’s just one of the recent upgrades completed in the Barnett Center.

Photo of new scoreboard in Barnett Center

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